Multi awards for Anantara Hua Hin

sleep August 13, 2017 09:40

By The Nation

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Anantara Hua Hin Resort recently won gold prizes in both the “‘Best Restaurant (Hotel)” and “Best Spa” categories as well as the silver award in the “Best International Hotel” category at the Exotiq Best of the Best Awards 2017.

Distributed in leading hotels and boutique accommodation across the Kingdom, Exotiq Thailand reaches over two million readers a year. Votes for the Best of the Best Awards are collected directly from guests of the hotels and reflect travellers’ opinions of remarkable quality in each category.

 “We’re all very proud to receive these awards, and we’re grateful to our guests who continue to vote for us in these categories. We strive to deliver exceptional experiences across the resort and I am delighted that Exotiq magazine, the World Luxury Spa Awards and Wine Spectator and most of all our esteemed guests appreciate this. We look forward to welcoming many more guests and demonstrating the high standards that consistently win these awards for us,” said general manager Manish Jha.

Baan Thalia, the fine-dining Italian restaurant at the resort, has been honoured with a number of awards in 2017. For the third year running, it has received the “Wine Spectator Award of Excellence” for its unwavering commitment to a diverse selection of vintages and superb pairings with menu items. Diners delight in typically Italian dishes, prepared with contemporary flair in this elegant venue with a cosy ambiance.

Anantara Spa has also been recognised this year by the World Luxury Spa Awards, winning “Luxury Hideaway Spa” for Southeast Asia along with the accolade for “Best Spa” from Exotiq. The Bill Bensley-designed gardens welcome visitors to a lush haven where world-renowned treatments are on offer. Guests can relax lagoon-side and choose from a menu of therapies to revitalise body and mind.

Having recently undergone a Bt20 million renovation, Anantara Hua Hin remains a favourite amongst travellers seeking the highest levels of luxury and convenience whilst reflecting the authentic culture of the Kingdom. The 190 rooms and suites extend across the Thai village layout of the resort, providing discerning guests spacious retreats to enjoy their holiday. A range of experiences are on offer at the resort, from morning yoga on the resort lawns to authentic Thai cooking classes. Muay thai and tennis are also available or guests can simply lounge by the beachside swimming pool.